News: Milan (2 Jul 1924)
Contact: Robert Lipprandt
Surnames: Beilke, Blank, Bobbe, Ellingson, Engle, Fletcher, Foster, Habelzerger, Hanneman, Herman, Kattre, Leirich, Middlestead, Price, Schmidt, Shower
----Source: The Tribune - Phonograph (Abbotsford, WI) 7/02/2014
Originally published in the Milan Sentinel, Wednesday, July 2, 1924
Spend the fourth at Milan.
Lewis Beilke and brother Adolph motored to Owen Sunday to a Pigeoa Shooting Game.
Henry Hanneman delivered a new Dodge Coupe to L. D. Fletcher on Friday of last week.
Mrs. Ed. Kattre has been confined to her home with illness for the past week but is now somewhat improved.
Mr. and Mrs. G. Blank were business callers in Medford Friday afternoon.
Mrs. Kissinger of Athens and Mrs. Jack Leirich of Alamoza, Colorado, were entertained at the M. C. Ellingson home Friday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Amos Foster, Mr. Alvin Foster and son Vernon and daughter Gladys, Mrs. Louise Herman, all of Colby, Mrs. Jack Habelzerger of Marshfield and Mrs. and Mrs. Chas. Schmidt visited at the Steve Price home Sunday.
F. W. Bobbe, George Blank, and A. Ellingson went to Westboro Sunday and fished. They had the usual fisherman’s luck.
Spend the Fourth at Milan.
Mrs. Julius Hanneman has been seriously ill the past week.
The Misses Edna and Marie Engle, Norma Middlestead and Mable Beilke visited our village Sunday evening.
The William Shower family visited at the Wm. Bielke home Sunday.
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